FB / Meta pays hush money to settle out of court

When does hard-core fraud and continuous criminality get reduced to regulatory infraction and the mere cost of doing business?

When you’re laundering reputations, swinging elections, paying off courts, abusing staff, abusing customers, deplatforming instead of allowing free speech, profiteering, aiding the far right, doing last minute deals with victims, & generally operating for the CIA.

It also helps if you’re called FACEBOOK/ META.

The latest deal that Facebook has done with US prosecutors looks very much like a deferred prosecution agreement.

The type of deal that is done by firms which are guilty in every way, but are Too Big to Fail.

Paying hush money serves various purposes.

HSBC did it, Trump did it, Prince Andrew just did it.

Complicity is bought.

If this type of activity was prosecuted in America then why not also in the UK?

Could it be because Britain is just pretending to be concerned about violating users privacy and safety?

Because the government is obsessed with surveillance and is pushing for vaccine passes so it can get digital ID and central bank digital currencies?

It is well known that the UK Government doesn’t really care about prosecuting violence, sexual offences, or fraud. So why would it go after Facebook? It needs Mark Zuckerburg in order to keep winning elections.

The Conservative majority is enormous. It is inconceivable that this was achieved without full support granted by the Murdoch press, BBC, and social media firms.

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  1. rogerglewis says:

    “The Conservative majority is enormous. It is inconceivable that this was achieved without full support granted by the Murdoch press, BBC, and social media firms.”
    Or rigging the postal vote , perhaps?

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